Atomic Heart’s developers have released new music from the game 11:44

Russian-Cypriot studio Mundfish has released the second part of the soundtrack for its game Atomic Heart. In this respect informs DTF Portal.

The name of the album was Atomic Heart, Vol.2. Its cover depicts the Vovchik robot playing a two-layer synthesizer. The collection includes 32 compositions with a total duration of 1 hour and 50 minutes.

The album features tracks by composers such as Mick Gordon, Jeffrey Day, and Andrey Bugrov (performing under the pseudonym Boogrov).

Atomic Heart, Vol.2 was released on the night of June 2, 2023. The album was released simultaneously on platforms such as Yandex Music, VK Music, Spotify, Apple Music and more.

Atomic Heart is a first-person shooter set in an alternate universe where the USSR did not collapse, but achieved the greatest technological advance. The game was released on February 21, 2023 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

Formerly Wrote About the fact that the developers of STALKER 2 are encouraged not to watch or share leaked frames from the game.

Source: Gazeta


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